WATCH: “Not A Racist Bone In His Body!” Jo Johnson Backs Brother Boris On Question Time
Jo Johnson, brother of Foreign Minister Boris Johnson, appeared on Question Time last night where he dispelled an audience member’s claims that his brother was a racist.
Jo, who is also the government’s Transport Minister and the Conservative MP for Orpington, was given the opportunity to respond to a furious tirade against Boris from an audience member.
The audience member said: “Boris Johnson, the serving Foreign Secretary, has been racist on record so many times and we just glance over it in the media.”
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Waving his hands about, he continued, “And we’re just like ‘Ah it’s sounds Boris or whatever’ [meaning: ‘oh it’s only Boris, don’t worry about it’].
“It’s not cool, it’s not acceptable to have a bias.”
Quickly responding, Jo hit back: “There’s not a racist bone in his body!”, recieving a large burst of applause.